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    Poland says WWII massacre by Ukraine was a genocide
    Jul22

    Poland says WWII massacre by Ukraine was a genocide

    Poland’s right-wing dominated parliament Friday resolved that the massacre of 100,000 Poles by Ukrainian nationalists seven decades ago was a genocide, reversing a 2013 decision by liberal lawmakers that stopped short of saying so. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Thousands Stand In Line To Mourn Slain Journalist Sheremet In Kyiv
    Jul22

    Thousands Stand In Line To Mourn Slain Journalist Sheremet In Kyiv

    Thousands of mourners strode in a solemn procession through Kyiv’s Ukrainian House on July 22 to honor journalist Pavel Sheremet, who was killed in a car bombing that has shaken Ukraine’s media community and sent shock waves into Russia and Belarus. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Hundreds pay homage to slain Ukraine reporter (AFP)
    Jul22

    Hundreds pay homage to slain Ukraine reporter (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – Hundreds of mourners shed tears and laid flowers on Friday at the open casket of a top reporter whose targeted car-bomb slaying sent shock waves through Ukraine’s tight-knit journalistic community. …read more Source: The West...

    Tajikistan conducts negotiations with Interpol member nations over extradition of IRPT leader
    Jul22

    Tajikistan conducts negotiations with Interpol member nations over extradition of IRPT leader

    DUSHANBE, July 22, 2016, Asia-Plus – Tajikistan is currently conducting negotiations with Interpol member nations over extradition of Muhiddin Kabiri, the leader of the banned Islamic Revival Party of Tajikistan (IRPT), Tajik Interior Minister Ramazon Rahimzoda told reporters in Dushanbe on July 22. “There are Tajik nationals detained in Russia,...

    Ukrainians pay respects to journalist killed in car bombing
    Jul22

    Ukrainians pay respects to journalist killed in car bombing

    Fellow journalists say death of Pavel Sheremet in Kiev this week was a ‘monstrous blow’Hundreds of Ukrainians have paid their respects to a prominent journalist who died in a car bombing in Kiev this week, queueing to lay flowers at an open casket. Pavel Sheremet’s killing on Wednesday sent shockwaves through the Ukrainian media...

    Victor Ambartsumian International Science Prize not to be awarded this year
    Jul22

    Victor Ambartsumian International Science Prize not to be awarded this year

    The Victor Ambartsumian International Science Prize will not be awarded will not be awarded this year as the Steering Committee says there was no reliable nominee among the candidates to fit all conditions for the Prize. Ambartsumian International Science Prize has been established by the President of Armenia in 2009 and at present is one of the...

    The Morning Vertical, July 22, 2016
    Jul22

    The Morning Vertical, July 22, 2016

    Your daily roundup …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    V.Ambartsumian International Science Prize 2016 will not be Awarded
    Jul22

    V.Ambartsumian International Science Prize 2016 will not be Awarded

    V.Ambartsumian International Science Prize has been established by the President of Armenia in 2009 and at present is one of the important awards in astronomy/astrophysics and related sciences. It is being awarded to outstanding scientists from any country and nationality having significant contribution in science. The Prize totals USD 500,000...

    Hundreds come to bid farewell to slain journalist in Ukraine
    Jul22

    Hundreds come to bid farewell to slain journalist in Ukraine

    Colleagues and others gather at the coffin of Pavel Sheremet to pay their respects at his memorial ceremony in Kiev, Ukraine, Friday, July 22, 2016. Photo: AP/File MOSCOW: Hundreds of local residents and journalists on Friday came to pay their respects to a prominent journalist who died in a car bombing in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev earlier...

    Top Obama aide to take call for South China Sea calm to Beijing
    Jul22

    Top Obama aide to take call for South China Sea calm to Beijing

    WASHINGTON: US National Security Adviser Susan Rice will urge Beijing next week to avoid escalation in the South China Sea when she makes the highest-level US visit to China since an international court rejected its sweeping claims to the strategic waterway. Even as Washington has sought to keep a lid on the situation, Rice – in an interview with...